Who We Are

The Performer’s Academy has been in business since 2003. While we specialize in Classes, Camps, and workshops geared toward the entertainment industry, we have a wide breadth of offerings also in Scene Study, Cold Reading, Improv, Voice, TV & Film, and Musical Theater. We are a consortium of professional instructors all specializing in their areas of expertise and we invite you to give our programs a try!

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Colin Brantell

Since studying at The Performer’s Academy, Colin has book a national Target commercial and a State Farm commercial! We congratulate him!

What Sets Us Apart

Simply put, our workshops are taught by real industry professionals who work everyday of their lives in the entertainment industry as film directors, writers, producers and working actors  (and they make the drive from LA to the OC to teacher here at The Performer’s Academy.

Our Classes Do NOT cost THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS….nor should they. We have affordable monthly programs with menu pricing.  You pick the classes or classes you want to participate in and pay as you go and stop when you wish.  You are able to freeze your program for extended absences and make-up any missed workshops.

Most of our students come to us on a referral basis from current, past and present students.  Many Los Angeles Talent agencies refer their OC clients to us for continual training and privates prior session prior to an audition.   We can tape and submit auditions for these students as well.

We have current industry knowledge since our teaching facility is still very active in directing films, producing, acting in and doing voice over work.  You can check out their resumes on the “industry bible” called imdb.com

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Performer’s Academy Blog

Brianne Costa’s “Into the Night Cover”

Natalie’s Story

This school was created and has continued to flourish because I made every mistake there was when I thought that my daughter was cute enough to model and do commercials. I am a mother of a now 22 year old daughter. When my daughter was 5, I attempted to get her an agent and get her in the “biz”. She was really cute and very animated. What I did not consider was her shy personality (only around others) and her mule like personality (and I say that lovingly).

Everyone told us she reminded them of Brook Shields when she was young. I thought why not give it a shot. I had her when I was 37, did not even think about what college would cost, so I thought that if she booked a commercial or two, she’d have a leg up on tuition.

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Skylar Stecker

Hit Single – Rooftop Appeared on ABC’s “Super Fun Night” with Rebel Wilson

My son has been studying acting at Performer’s Academy for three years and he absolutely loves it!

Judith Lowry

Performer’s Academy was the catalyst in helping my son find his voice, his passion and a strong sense of self

Wendy Massey